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Raghu Misra selected for Forbes Technology Council

Raghu Misra, Chief Innovation Leader of GE Transportation Digital Solutions – Transport Logistics, a division inside GE that is working to optimize entire ecosystems and enable an interconnected, frictionless system of movement of freight, has been accepted into the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs and technology executives.

GE Transportation Digital Solutions Opens Innovation Lab

GE Transportation Digital Solutions newly created Innovation Lab, located in Atlanta, is a space dedicated for co-creation workshops with our customers to drive the transformation of the transportation industry from evolution to revolution. 

Meet More of Our Employees

Combined, John and Patty have worked for GE in Erie, PA for 48 years!  Read about Alan and Anne and their family history here at GE. 

The Global Performance Optimization Center (GPOC) is dedicated to improving our customers’ operations

The Global Performance Optimization Center (GPOC), in Erie monitors messages from over 17,000 locomotives for 53 customers in 23 countries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and is dedicated to improving our customers’ operations, every moment of every day!  Opened in Erie, PA in 1997, the center monitors messages from over 17,000 locomotives for 53 customers in 23 countries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 

Meet our Employees

Alan Hamilton and Anne Eisert are third and fourth generation GE employees in Erie, PA.  Read about Alan and Anne and their family history here at GE. 

Lean in to Change

While at the World Economic Forum this week in Davos, GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller, talks about leaning into change. In her most recent blog, she talks about the need to embrace flux, have discussions with diverse voices and bring in people outside of your organization to understand the environment in which your products and solutions will be working.

United States Navy Accepts Delivery of John Finn DDG Destroyer from Shipyard; Powered by GE LM2500 Marine Gas Turbines

The John Finn (DDG 113) destroyer was delivered to the United States Navy by Huntington Ingalls Industries on December 7, 2016, the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Powered by GE’s Marine Solutions’ LM2500 marine gas turbines, the ship’s namesake helped shoot down Japanese warplanes during the attack and was the first Medal of Honor recipient of World War II. 

Data Lakes Offer Smooth Sailing for Egypt’s Transport Sector

Data lakes are enormous linked databases of information that, when analyzed on a historical or real-time basis, can deliver powerful insights into all types of large and complex systems. These insights can improve efficiencies and system performance, availability and reliability.

A Leapfrog Moment for Global Rail

GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller shares how global rail is having its leapfrog moment as customers looking to modernize their networks can go straight to superior technologies by baking digital into their plans from the early stages. She also discusses how we’re working to link the whole rail ecosystem with leading operators like Deutsche Bahn in Germany.

Take a tour of GE Manufacturing Solutions in Fort Worth

GE Manufacturing Solutions Plant Manager Walter Amaya will show you around GE Transportation’s 1 million square-foot locomotive facility, where we produce Evolution Series Tier 4 locomotives, in Fort Worth, Texas.

GE Transportation’s Global Supply Chain in Action

When it comes to pairing the industrial brawn of the locomotive with the analytical brain of our digital solutions at GE Transportation, a big part of the story is our global supply chain.

Costa receives Brazil’s Top Engineering Award

GE Transportation President and CEO in Latin America Marcos Costa was honored with Brazil’s Top Engineering Award from the Engineering Centre of Memory at the Federal University of Minas Gerais.

GE Mining at MINExpo 2016 Recap

At MINExpo 2016, GE Mining showcased its digital industrial solutions for the mining industry and introduced the Digital Mine, powered by Predix™.

The Trains of Tomorrow are Here

GE Transportation’s self-aware, fast, efficient, smart and Predix-powered trains of tomorrow are here.

GE Transportation at InnoTrans 2016: Day 1 Recap

Watch a recap of GE Transportation's first day at InnoTrans 2016, the leading international trade fair for transport technology, where we are showcasing our digital solutions. 

Digital Industrial & the Power of 1 at GE Transportation

What does being a digital industrial company mean to GE Transportation? Learn how our locomotives are experiencing the merging of the physical and digital worlds and about the impact of the power of 1 on connected machines in this infographic.

Building Brains For 21st Century Trains

GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller gives a preview of digital advancements for rail built on Predix as GE Transportation introduces a future of velocity, efficiency and reliability at InnoTrans 2016 in her latest LinkedIn post.

Olympians Among Us: Maggie Hogan

Maggie Hogan, who works with GE Transportation’s Wreck Repair Team, will be competing in the Women’s K1 200m and 500m Canoe Sprint racesin her first Olympic preliminary events in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Explore GE Transportation’s Digital Solutions for the rail ecosystem

In the second blog post of a four-part series showcasing GE Transportation’s Digital Solutions, we continue exploring the rail ecosystem’s software solutions including RailConnectTM, Movement Planner, Smart Automotive Terminal (SAT) and Smart Intermodal Terminal (SIT).

Meet GE Transportation’s Digital Solutions

In the first blog post of a four-part series showcasing GE Transportation’s Digital Solutions, we take a look at the rail ecosystem’s software solutions including ExpressYard, ShipperConnect and Yard Planner.

GE Transportation launches GoLINC platform enhancements

Scott Nelson, Senior Product Manager of GE Transportation’s Digital Solutions, discusses how GE’s GoLINC platform is helping define a new standard for managing data, which is leading to better train operations.

Making Room for Growth

GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller shares how she is making room for growth in her latest LinkedIn post.

GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller’s GE 2015 Annual Report Letter

GE released the 2015 Annual Report today. This year’s report is focused on the digital transformation of GE. As part of this year’s report, the CEO of every GE business wrote a letter to share their view of this strategic shift and their vision for the future. GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller shares how digital is a game changer across our business.

GE invested in the Erie community in 2015

GE Transportation invested in the Erie, Pennsylvania community through monetary donations and volunteer hours to area organizations during 2015.

Join the Digital Mine Team

GE is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry. 

Rocking out for Erie Kids

GE organizes Rock for Kids, an evening of music to benefit Make-A-Wish, the Boys and Girls Club and Shriners Hospital for Children in Erie.

Meet GE Transportation's CEO Jamie Miller

Jamie Miller joined GE Transportation, October 1, 2015 as Senior Vice President of GE and President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Transportation.

Kaleigh Reyes is a Rising Star

It is an honor and a privilege to be selected as one of Progressive Railroading magazine’s 2015 Rising Stars! It’s often said that the rail industry is a close-knit community – I would add supportive too, especially for women in the rail industry. The journey to the 2015 Rising Star list has been lined with lessons along the way that have helped me shine.

GE Transportation Hosts Global STEM Education Day

GE Transportation hosted our first Global STEM Education Day in the Community event on Friday, April 17th. Employees from around the world joined together with a common focus of providing students with exposure to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).

On Board with UGL in Australia

Our employees believe that when our customers win, we win too. With that in mind, associates from various businesses across GE took the opportunity to visit our locomotive customer UGL in the city of Newcastle. Hear about the customer visit.

Addressing Challenges in Today’s Rail Supply Chain

At GE, we speak our customers’ language and the language of industry.  We are comprised of innovators, engineers, and designers. Today, our team is focused on building brilliant machines. From jet engines to wind turbines to locomotives, we are creating machines that talk to each other providing real-time, data-driven insights across a variety of industries...

Moving Rail Forward: The Power of 1%

With RailConnect 360, we will be able to provide the necessary data to create a better, more-informed decision-making process for all of our rail customers. 

GE Transportation at InnoTrans 2014

GE Transportation will be attending this year's InnoTrans from September 23-26th at Stand 501 in Hall 6.2a. Our booth at Innotrans will serve as a showcase for some of our groundbreaking global innovations as we continue to develop solutions that will deliver the most value for our customers. 

Celebrating National Train Day

GE Transportation is committed to setting the rail industry's potential in motion as we celebrate National Train Day.

Meet our new CEO, Russell Stokes

Presiding over the leader in rail, mining and marine with annual revenues of $5.6 billion, Russell brings a wide range of leadership to his new position.

Making Machines Intelligent

Amazingly, the men and women who are working to make machines smart are right here on the Space Coast. GE Transportation is one of the primary locations where these wonders are occurring.

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